A westbound (railroad direction) CSX pusher set is emerging from the north (compass direction) end of Natural Tunnel, on the NS Appalachia District. When the South Atlantic & Ohio Railroad elected... (more)
After waiting for over two hours and not seeing anything this SD70MAC leader on Q012 made it all worth the wait.
Deep in the mouth of Buffalo Creek in the core of the Logan county coalfields, CSX CW60AC No. 635 sits as the east most locomotive on an empty Pardee train at the end of the line. The recrew has j... (more)
CSX Q249 heads west at Viaduct Junction behind a pair of SD40-2s for power.
An empty oil train off the CSXT at Chicago, IL, is bound for Trenton, ND, for loading. Here the train passes some back water along the Mississippi River south of Galena.
July 17, 1996: On a trip to the holy city of Richmond, VA during my working days, I ended up staying at Rutherglen. Rather than stick my employer with the cost of a nice hotel room downtown, I pic... (more)
Almost into Erwin Yard, CSX 3234 leads southbound T137-23 past the Classic Clinchfield Signal at Rock Creek. The line in the foreground turns into the back Yard Lead, and the background track is ... (more)
After meeting Amtrak P37128 at Wells, Q32628 then headed east up the hill at Saugatuck. Was going by at a decent clip for the headend, rear end was likely below 10mph as they crested the hill.
Shortly after passing a banner test, CSX T137-23 takes the siding at NE Hannum and passes the Classic Clinchfield Signal on the right. This train would meet eventually meet a northbound at SE Hann... (more)
365 leads a westbound freight into Fairhope, PA
Power for the Conrail Shared Assets Operations Burlington Yard and local jobs sits idling during an ice storm.
A CSXT intermodal crosses over the Rappahannock River on this bright Virginia summer day.
Empty tie train W002-14 speeds west by the Poplar signal. Bonsal American's White Marsh concrete plant can be seen in the distance.
After meeting a northbound grain train at Fordtown, southbound coal train T137-23 spans the former Clinchfield Viaduct in Boones Creek, Tennessee with a brand new GE leading.
Conrail local JR4 shoves down the Safety Kleen siding to deliver a tank car.